I study the nexus of sexuality, culture, politics, and literature. Currently, I am a third-year PhD student in the English Department at Texas A&M. My pedagogy is queer, feminist, and largely informed by my time at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln studying political science, human rights, and democracy. My probable dissertation will analyze literary and popular culture representations of gun violence as it pertains to the LGBTQ+ community.
- 20th and 21st Century Studies
- American Literature and Culture
- Composition, Rhetoric & Discourse Studies
- Film Studies
- Gender and Sexuality Studies
In February 2018, Landon presented a paper entitled “Rey-viving Ophelia: ‘What We May Be'” at the Southwest Popular Culture Association Conference. And in March 2018, Landon presented a paper entitled “Forty Outfit Changes and Still a Feminist” at the Popular Culture Association Annual Conference. Landon is also the current president of the LGBTQA Graduate Group on campus.